Brazilian scientists from the Federal University of Tocantins (UFT), São Paulo State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho (Unesp) and Palmas Lutheran University Center (Celp/Ulbra) have developed a promising new type of shampoo. Eliminate sodium lauryl sulfate. Found in most shampoos sold today, this cleansing ingredient can be potentially harmful to your hair.

Sustainable and antioxidant, new cosmetic made from mangabeira extractA plant native to Brazil, common in the states of Tocantins, Sergipe, and Piauí. Even without the addition of lauryl, a cleanser often associated with thinning hair, the shampoo has proven to be just as effective as the commercial version.

How was the Mangabeira shampoo formula made?

To achieve their goal of developing a minimalist, lauryl-free shampoo formulation, the researchers analyzed extracts from the bark, stem, and leaves of the Brazilian plant. types of hankornia – popular mangabeira. The properties of the leaf extract show promise for shampoo production.🇧🇷

The next step was to create a formula using the Soxhlet extraction method, which was designed to be simple and easy to reproduce by mining communities that survived the seasonal sale of mangaba, the fruit of the mangabeira tree. the idea is that The sale of shampoo creates another source of income for the community and helps bring consumers closer to nature.🇧🇷

The study’s lead author, Environmental Science graduate student Juliane Farinelli Panontin, assures in an interview that not producing as much foam as industrial shampoos is one of the points that needs improvement in the next moment of the research. With Agência Bori.

ARTICLE 🇧🇷 Brazilian Journal of Biology – DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.264677.

Source: Tec Mundo

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